Monday 4th December 2023

Latest Weather Reports on 04-Dec-2023 FOR 18:00

Location Wind Weather Temp Humidity Rain Pressure
Dir Speed Kts(Km/h) Gust Kts(Km/h) oC (%) (mm) (hPa)
Athenry NW 06 (11) - (-) Fair 2 94 0.0 1010
Ballyhaise NW 08 (15) - (-) Cloudy 4 85 0.0 1008
Belmullet N 12 (22) - (-) Recent Drizzle 7 76 0.1 1012
Casement NW 10 (19) - (-) Cloudy 5 83 0.0 1006
Claremorris NW 07 (13) - (-) - 2 96 0.0 1011
Cork NW 13 (24) - (-) Sun/Clear sky 3 81 0.0 1010
Dublin NW 15 (28) - (-) Cloudy 4 87 0.0 1006
Dunsany NW 10 (19) - (-) - 4 86 0.0 1007
Finner N 05 (9) - (-) Fair 4 84 0.0 1010
Gurteen NW 09 (17) - (-) Cloudy 2 92 0.0 1009
Johnstown Castle NW 15 (28) 26 (48) Cloudy 4 80 0.0 1006
Knock NW 07 (13) - (-) - 2 92 0.0 1011
Mace Head N 11 (20) - (-) Fair 6 85 0.0 1012
Malin Head NE 19 (35) - (-) Fair 7 74 0.0 1010
Markree Castle - - (0) - (-) - 1 90 0.0 1010
Moore Park NW 04 (7) - (-) - 3 85 0.0 1010
Mt Dillon NW 08 (15) - (-) - 2 92 0.0 1009
Mullingar NW 05 (9) - (-) Cloudy 3 83 0.0 1008
Newport Mayo NE 07 (13) - (-) - 4 92 0.2 1011
Oak Park NW 10 (19) - (-) Cloudy 4 79 0.0 1007
Phoenix Park - - (0) - (-) - 5 84 0.0 1006
Roche's Point NW 18 (33) - (-) Fair 5 79 0.0 1009
Shannon NW 07 (13) - (-) Sun/Clear sky 3 89 0.01 1010
Sherkin Island NW 08 (15) - (-) Fair 7 70 0.0 1011
Valentia N 12 (22) - (-) Fair 8 68 0.0 1012

Notes on the Data

Above is based on the LATEST observations received.

  • Pressure is atmospheric pressure at Mean Sea Level.
  • ‘X’ or ‘-‘ mean that the element is not measured.
  • ‘n/a’ means that the element is not available at present.
  • Gust in Today’s Weather are displayed in km/h when there is a wind speed >10km/h higher than the average for that hour.
  • Gust in Latest Weather Reports is the highest gust of wind in knots of 21 knots or greater. If no Gusts  – (-) will display.

The data presented on this page are the latest available for each station. These data are presented here soon after the time of measurement and have not been subjected to extensive checking. Many of the measurements come from automated instruments with no human supervision. These are generally very reliable but, as with any system, human or automatic, errors can happen from time to time. During automatic operation, the “Weather” is estimated by an optical instrument. Classification of weather-type is significantly more difficult than measuring temperature or pressure and the result is occasionally incorrect. In particular, you may see a very occasional report of snow during periods of foggy weather.

Any measurement must be viewed in the context of the other parameters measured at the same time, both at the same station and at other neighbouring stations.